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Going to see a man about a horse - sour ipa
We took the best characteristics of a sour and an east coast ipa and blended them into one uniquely refreshing beer. this hazy gem features prominent tropical fruit, stonefruit, and tart red apple flavours accompanied by a distinct lactic acid twang. so go ahead and see that man about that horse (aka sneak away from that centaur documentary you are currently watching and place an order for this beer. now get back to the tv immediately, the centaur is galloping!). 650 ml
$10.00
Shirtless at your mother-in-law's retirement party
This beer started as a normal red ale, but just like your mother in law it dialed up the funk later in it's life. it spent 6 months in a bourbon barrel and had a secondary pitch of a brettanomyces blend to give it it's sour notes. pouring a dark ruby red, the aromatics of this beer pop from the glass. ripe strawberry, pear and apple give way to an underlying funk. this sour ale finishes dry, with a fruity aftertaste that coats the mouth and pleasantly lingers on.
Hypothesis #1 and #2 - lo-cal ipa
Pull your pipettes out of the crawl space, we need your help with a science experiment. abstract: hypothesis #1 and #2 are our first attempts at a lo-cal ipa. the goal is to balance the citrusy, refreshing goodness of an ipa with the benefits of a low calorie beer. observations: we observed that the beer got brewed and packaged. materials and methods: water, malt, hops, yeast, goggles, a lab coat, passion, a documentary about tibetan yaks. results hypothesis #1calories/12 oz - 123abv - 3.61%srm - 6.8ibu - 25og - 9.43fg - 2.54 hypothesis #2calories/12 oz - 99abv - 4.34%srm - 5.8ibu - 22og - 8fg - 0 definitions abv: alcohol by volume, a standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in a given volume of a beverage (expressed as a volume percent). srm: standard reference method, the system brewers use to measure a beer’s color. a very pale beer, such as american wheat, typically has an srm of 5, while a dark coloured stout is usually in the range of 25-40 srm. ibu: international bittering units, the measure of hops’ contribution to a beer's bitterness. it can range from zero to over 100. beer bitterness is subject to perception. what is aggressively bitter to some is mildly bitter to others. also, bitterness can seem lower in the presence of residual sugar, carbonation and cooler temperatures. og: original gravity, the measure of how much sugar is present in the wort before it is fermented. fg: final gravity, the measure of how much sugar is left over when fermentation is done. 
$10.00
Hypothesis #3 and #4 - lo-cal ipa
We're back with more experimental science! abstract: hypothesis #3 and #4 are our second attempts at a lo-cal ipa (see the first attempts) the goal is to balance the citrusy, refreshing goodness of an ipa with the benefits of a low calorie beer. observations: we observed that the beer got brewed and packaged. materials and methods: water, malt, hops, yeast, goggles, a lab coat, passion, a documentary about siberian yaks. results hypothesis #3 calories/12 oz - 110abv - 4.7srm - 8ibu - 25og - 8.5fg - 0 hypothesis #4 calories/12 oz - 135abv - 4.7srm - 6ibu - 25og - 10.5fg - 2 definitions abv: alcohol by volume, a standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in a given volume of a beverage (expressed as a volume percent). srm: standard reference method, the system brewers use to measure a beer’s color. a very pale beer, such as american wheat, typically has an srm of 5, while a dark coloured stout is usually in the range of 25-40 srm. ibu: international bittering units, the measure of hops’ contribution to a beer's bitterness. it can range from zero to over 100. beer bitterness is subject to perception. what is aggressively bitter to some is mildly bitter to others. also, bitterness can seem lower in the presence of residual sugar, carbonation and cooler temperatures. og: original gravity, the measure of how much sugar is present in the wort before it is fermented. fg: final gravity, the measure of how much sugar is left over when fermentation is done. 
$10.00
This beer's gone bad
A young brett-fermented american wild ale influenced by canadians, 'this beer’s gone bad' has sour notes, combined with the fresh wheat beer taste that is perfect for early patio season.
Vicky's duotang - ginger & turmeric sour
Finally, a kettle sour for all your home remedy needs. and if it helps you sleep at night, we can confirm that vicky folds her metal duotang prongs in opposite directions. 4.5% alc./vol. 650 ml
$8.00
Dos tammys - mexican pineapple sour
A very special sour inspired by a very special mexican street drink called tepache. brewed with fresh pineapple, nutmeg, and allspice. 650 ml
$7.00
Dill & sour cream lentil chips
non-gmo a little tangy and a little luscious, our dairy-free dill & sour cream lentil chips will make your taste buds dance. non-gmo project verified. gluten-free kosher vegan
$4.99
Lazy duck nights - whisky sour blonde ale
Named in honour of a bygone local dance club, this cocktail of a beer combines fresh lemon rind and lemondrop hops with bourbon and oak flavours to create a bright and boozy way to start (or end) your night. it should take you right back to your clubbing glory days. (and by that we mean waiting in line in arctic temps, ordering some jag bombs, hitting the floor for a nice eiffel 65 dance sesh, and soon after getting bounced right back to the street).
$9.00
Songs to corn detassel
This refreshing low-alcohol german wheat beer, comes in at a nimble 3.5%. it is slightly sour and sweet, and pours a hazy purple thanks to the infusion of sweet tasty blackberries. if you have ever detasseled while listening to len sing songs from the old country, you'll get it.
This is a german style beer from, you guessed it, berlin. it's sour/tart, light, and really drinkable at only 3%. great for summer! one thing that german's do is mix in flavoured syrups to create a nice balance between sweetness and tartness. apparently, if you try to order it without syrup in germany people think you're weird. raspberry and woodruff are the two syrups that are typically used, but we have a couple others to try out as well.
A battery of barracudas
Just like the ferocious fish, this black ale looks a little funny and has a fearsome bite. the sweet and piny simcoe hops give this beer a nice forward bite, but before you can say "battery!" you will get a roasty, malty finish, which is why this beer has a surprisingly pitch black colour. at 5.7% this delicious winter ale is just the kind of beer to surprise attack your february blues.
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